DIY Valentine Name Place Cards
Want to add a little fun to your Valentine’s meal? DIY Valentine name place cards are just the ticket! They are super easy to make, can be made in minutes, cost next to nothing, and are just plain fun to boot. Can you believe we are well into January already? Valentine’s Day will be here before we know it, so it’s time to get crafting. The great thing about these though little cuties, is that you can create them at the last minute… so if you are seeing this post right before the holiday, then no worries. There is a Free Hearts Printable Download below for you to print out, so that you can make this sweet retro style project with minimal supplies. Happy Crafting!
You will need…
Place cards printed on cardstock
Mod Podge Dimensional Magic
Glitter of your choice (I used silver German Glass glitter)
Ink & letter Rubber stamps (or you could hand write it)
Free Printable Valentine Place Cards
Step 2: Next, run a line of Dimensional Magic over the line of the arrow. I love the DM for this project because the tip makes it easy to do detail lines easily. Since it’s thicker than regular glue, it really holds the glitter. And speaking of glitter, apply it to the Dimensional Magic while it’s still wet. Set aside to dry for an hour or so. (be sure and save the excess glitter to use in another project)
Step 3: Use the Rubber Stamps to stamp the names of the people that will be at your party, onto the cards… or if you have pretty handwriting you could easily write on them by hand. You could also use a photo editing software to put the names on the cards before printing them out, too. Lots of options here!
Once they are all finished drying, you can put them on the plates for your guests and then you are all done. So cute right?! I had a blast making these and coming up with a cute place setting to go with them.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial for making these adorable DIY Valentine Name Place Cards. Have fun making these for your family and friends. Do you want to see more of this table setting? You can find it on my blog at The Shabby Creek Cottage.